Category Archives: Humans of Hebrew College

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Learning through Collaboration

Humans of Hebrew College #Humans HC “I decided to pursue a graduate degree because I’m very passionate about Jewish education. In order to reach the next step in my career, I wanted to delve more deeply into theories of education and be around a cohort of people who are learning and working on improving their practice…Learning through collaboration and with colleagues is just the best way to get new ideas… Read Article →

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A Seat at the Table

“Pluralism is central to who I am religiously. Yes, I identify as a conservative Jew, but I take pieces from reform, orthodox, reconstructionist, chasidism—a little bit of everything—to make who I am as a Jew. Hebrew College supports that. And that’s important to my work as I encounter different styles of Judaism. The idea that we all have a seat at the table of Judaism is core to Hebrew College… Read Article →

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Jewish Learning from Cincinnati

Humans of Hebrew College  #HumansHC “Pluralism is central to who I am religiously. Yes, I identify as a conservative Jew, but I take pieces from reform, orthodox, reconstructionist, chasidism—a little bit of everything—to make who I am as a Jew. Hebrew College supports that. And that’s important to my work as I encounter different styles of Judaism. The idea that we all have a seat at the table of Judaism… Read Article →

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Mentoring Individual Learners

Humans of Hebrew College #HumansHC “Here at Hebrew College, our emphasis is on mentoring and understanding every student as an individual learner. When we form these one-on-one relationships with students — whether over Skype, phone or on campus — we are able to stretch and challenge them, support them, and help them create a program that suits their professional ambitions as well as their personal style, schedule and interests. In this way,… Read Article →

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A Thirst for Knowledge

Humans of Hebrew College #HumansHC “My motivation for studying for a formal degree at Hebrew College was to gain a degree of literacy in Jewish studies. After sending my children to Jewish day schools and to Israel to study so that they would have the Jewish education that I never had experienced, it became clear that it was now my turn. I wanted to be part of the conversations about Jewish… Read Article →

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Family Shabbos

Humans of Hebrew College #HumansHC “Shabbos dinner was the same, but altogether different. I probably forgot the words to a few prayers and switched the order of events, but we were present, with our family, together.” (Michele Lippens, Participant in Parenting Through a Jewish Lens at Kahal B’raira, Cambridge. Read more.) > More about PTJL  

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MJEd Rewards

Humans of Hebrew College #HumansHC “The faculty at Hebrew College have each provided extraordinary course work and materials that I know I will refer to again and again throughout my career. Through their efforts, I have seen my own growth since I began this program three years ago. Each of you have stretched my abilities and have shown me that I am always capable of more. For this, I am… Read Article →

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Tween Parenting

  Humans of Hebrew College #HumansHC “I appreciated how Bonnie found ways to connect the very hands-on moments of parenting, like handling fighting siblings, with Jewish and developmental theories of our responsibility to others. She helped us consider how our daily parenting fits inside concentric circles of community and faith that inform each other.” (Josh Jacobs on his Parenting Your TWEEN Through a Jewish Lens experience, with Bonnie Glickman at… Read Article →

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Taking a Leap to IFJE

Humans of Hebrew College #HumansHC I was drawn to the Interfaith Families Jewish Engagement (IFJE) program at Hebrew College because, as an intermarried Jew myself, I know firsthand that inclusivity in Jewish organizations is paramount, and yet not always there. When the opportunity arose for me to learn how to make intermarried couples and interfaith families feel welcome and to provide meaningful and engaging programming for this demographic, I knew… Read Article →

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The Rav-Hazzan

    Throwback to Aliza Berger becoming a Bat Mitzvah. We are so grateful that Aliza blesses our community with her talents and her smile everyday. In June 2017,  Aliza will become Hebrew College’s first rav-hazzan graduate; she will be ordained as a rabbi from the Rabbinical School of Hebrew College and as a cantor from the School of Jewish Music at Hebrew College. She is currently a rabbinic intern at Temple Emanuel… Read Article →